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Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
28th Jan 21, 3:13pm
Google Pay and banking-as-a-service business model seen making competitive landscape tougher for banks
The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
18th Oct 20, 6:59pm
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The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?
21st Aug 20, 10:00am
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Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?
Diane Coyle predicts that the COVID-19 crisis will intensify political and regulatory scrutiny of Big Tech
1st Aug 20, 11:51am
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Diane Coyle predicts that the COVID-19 crisis will intensify political and regulatory scrutiny of Big Tech
Tom Coupe on going to pot, dark dealing in PPE, knowledge at a premium, making some noise and making fast cash by ordering pizza from yourself
19th Jun 20, 10:00am
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Tom Coupe on going to pot, dark dealing in PPE, knowledge at a premium, making some noise and making fast cash by ordering pizza from yourself
Mariana Mazzucato calls reform of the platform-dominated market for personal data the main economic challenge of our time
5th Oct 19, 10:02am
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Mariana Mazzucato calls reform of the platform-dominated market for personal data the main economic challenge of our time
Morgan Stanley analysts highlight threats to Australian banks' payments revenue, saying they must increase technology investment or risk becoming faceless utilities competing purely on price
5th Jun 19, 10:29am
Morgan Stanley analysts highlight threats to Australian banks' payments revenue, saying they must increase technology investment or risk becoming faceless utilities competing purely on price
Raymond Yeung, ANZ’s chief economist for greater China, says the US-China trade war is more complicated than it initially seemed, with China's growing role as a technology powerhouse a key factor
31st May 19, 10:05am
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Raymond Yeung, ANZ’s chief economist for greater China, says the US-China trade war is more complicated than it initially seemed, with China's growing role as a technology powerhouse a key factor
Ardern and Macron to use Paris conference to rally support against social media companies that let users publish harmful content
24th Apr 19, 10:21am
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Ardern and Macron to use Paris conference to rally support against social media companies that let users publish harmful content
Bernstein's Michael Parker says NZ's funds management sector should use a 'slow and dour' minority investor tool to pressure Facebook & Google after Christchurch terrorist attacks
25th Mar 19, 11:35am
Bernstein's Michael Parker says NZ's funds management sector should use a 'slow and dour' minority investor tool to pressure Facebook & Google after Christchurch terrorist attacks
Why Joe Public has more power than Jacinda Ardern when it comes to getting Mark Zuckerberg to change 
22nd Mar 19, 5:06pm
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Why Joe Public has more power than Jacinda Ardern when it comes to getting Mark Zuckerberg to change 
Major government owned fund managers, holding $816m of shares in Facebook, Google & Twitter, call for the tech giants to take action following the live-streaming and sharing on social media of Friday’s Christchurch terror attacks
21st Mar 19, 7:41am
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Major government owned fund managers, holding $816m of shares in Facebook, Google & Twitter, call for the tech giants to take action following the live-streaming and sharing on social media of Friday’s Christchurch terror attacks
Regulating online hate speech and violence in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks; What does the law say and what more can be done?
18th Mar 19, 4:02pm
Regulating online hate speech and violence in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks; What does the law say and what more can be done?
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says reciprocity key to preventing open banking from seeing the big four tech companies gazump banks
15th Dec 18, 9:31am
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Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says reciprocity key to preventing open banking from seeing the big four tech companies gazump banks
Mercer's David Scobie assesses technology in an investment sense, how its prominence can be justified & how this might be something to be wary of
2nd Oct 18, 1:11pm
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Mercer's David Scobie assesses technology in an investment sense, how its prominence can be justified & how this might be something to be wary of
NZ warned open banking in the UK isn't all it's cracked up to be, with the tech giants rather the garage start-ups best placed to capitalise on having access to banks' data
4th Jul 18, 3:00pm
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NZ warned open banking in the UK isn't all it's cracked up to be, with the tech giants rather the garage start-ups best placed to capitalise on having access to banks' data
Patrick Watson probes the impact on the economy from people sharing more personal information and expecting others to do the same
26th Apr 18, 11:59am
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Patrick Watson probes the impact on the economy from people sharing more personal information and expecting others to do the same
John Mauldin looks at Facebook & other 'FAANG' stocks & says whenever it happens the next downturn will be the first socially networked recession and bear market
27th Mar 18, 2:19pm
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John Mauldin looks at Facebook & other 'FAANG' stocks & says whenever it happens the next downturn will be the first socially networked recession and bear market
Terry Baucher on Google, tractors, tax evasion, cashless society, taxing CO2 emissions, the Swiss cryptocurrency town, really big tax cuts, sugar tax, Nigeria's census & more
2nd Mar 18, 12:55pm
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Terry Baucher on Google, tractors, tax evasion, cashless society, taxing CO2 emissions, the Swiss cryptocurrency town, really big tax cuts, sugar tax, Nigeria's census & more
Tom Coupe on the economics of big data; What it is, benefits, its economic impact, its failures, its use for scary policy, data art and more
26th May 17, 10:02am
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Tom Coupe on the economics of big data; What it is, benefits, its economic impact, its failures, its use for scary policy, data art and more
Brian Fallow takes a look at the US tax reform process and assesses what it might mean for the OECD's base erosion and profit-shifting project and New Zealand in particular
6th May 17, 6:02am
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Brian Fallow takes a look at the US tax reform process and assesses what it might mean for the OECD's base erosion and profit-shifting project and New Zealand in particular
Juniper Research sees users of the likes of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google's Android Pay reaching 56% of total mobile contactless payment users by 2021
19th Apr 17, 9:50am
Juniper Research sees users of the likes of Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google's Android Pay reaching 56% of total mobile contactless payment users by 2021
Tom Coupé with 10 examples of business experiments, including dating without pictures, women who make you want to spend, Googling up smaller snacks, Bill Gates & chickens, moving from Tonga to NZ causes stress & more
24th Mar 17, 10:02am
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Tom Coupé with 10 examples of business experiments, including dating without pictures, women who make you want to spend, Googling up smaller snacks, Bill Gates & chickens, moving from Tonga to NZ causes stress & more
BNZ unveils New Zealand launch of Android Pay for the bank's Visa Flexi debit card holders
1st Dec 16, 7:48am
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BNZ unveils New Zealand launch of Android Pay for the bank's Visa Flexi debit card holders
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics argues Trump can't start a trade war as one is already well underway in cyberspace
16th Nov 16, 11:18am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics argues Trump can't start a trade war as one is already well underway in cyberspace